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Trough Development – Northern and Western Cape
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Trough Development – Northern and Western Cape

It’s been a quiet summer as far as trough activity for the western parts of South Africa is conerned, however it seems that we have the potential for thunderstorm activity developing today April 9th, through to April 11th. The trough in question already exists over Namibia, but will further intensity and dig south over the next 48 hours.…

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Tropical Storm Enawo Gains Strength, Takes Aim At Madagascar
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Tropical Storm Enawo Gains Strength, Takes Aim At Madagascar

Despite some struggles last night, tropical storm Enawo has maintained itself over the past 36 hours, with maximum winds currently at 45kt, and is located to the east of northern Madagascar. The storm’s satellite appearance continues to impress with a very wide circulation and impressive inflow pattern.…

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Tornadoes, Hurricanes and More

It’s been a while since my last update, and for that I apologize. I have been quite busy lately working on my other website dedicated to birding and my general photography, but I have most certainly been keeping a close eye on global weather and promise to get back into more article entries again, especially now with winter here restricting my birding.…

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Tropical Cyclone Threat For Madagascar
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Tropical Cyclone Threat For Madagascar

Image by Mtotec We have a new named storm in the Indian Ocean, with invest 95S off the north east of Madagascar being upgraded to a Moderate Tropical Storm this morning in the 06z update from Meteo France. The storm has taken on the name Enawo, and is the 5th named storm of the season for the basin.…

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In The Wake of Dineo – And No, It’s Not Hitting JHB
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In The Wake of Dineo – And No, It’s Not Hitting JHB

Dineo made landfall on Wednesday evening near Inhambane. The storm was weaker than forecast during landfall, though still had enough power to cause moderate to severe wind damage to areas in Mozambique. Mozambique’s National Emergency Operations were quoted saying that 20 000 homes destroyed and 130 000 displaced from the storm, with that there were also 7 fatalities related to the storm at the time of publication.…

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